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I have a client that wants the following functionality for an intranet site: The intranet must be password protected. Each employee must have their own individual username and password. There may be a total of 100 employees who would have access to the site. A small group of employees need to have full admin rights to add, modify, and delete pages, posts, and images. They must also be able to add and delete non-admin employees. Admins and non-admin employees must be able to modify their personal profile on the site. Profile information may contain name, email, password, bio, photo(s), and links to external social media sites. The login and profile pages should *not* look like the PW admin. Employee profile pages should be available to other employees. In other words, the site should support an employee directory. Employees must be able to comment on existing pages and posts on the site. (Not sure how to implement this requirement.) Images that are uploaded should be viewable in a slideshow gallery format. I've developed one site in PW so far, but nothing like the above requirements. I'm 90% confident that PW can handle these requirements, but thought I'd check with the PW community first before making a commitment to using PW. I could build the site in WordPress, but it may be more work than to build it in PW. If someone else has built a similar site, I am interested in hearing about your experience.